Now in our 10th year, we are celebrating A Decade of LOVE!
The Queer Women of Color Film Festival is held every year in June at the Brava Theater in San Francisco.  It world premieres and screens films by queer women of color, gender nonconforming and transgender people of color filmmakers from the Bay Area and around the globe.

It authentically represents the visions, voices and life stories of our community, and the vital social justice issues that concern us all.  Our free Film Festival is the public face of our work, which combines film, art, activism and community building to engage audiences to think critically about their relationship to our movements for change.

Come and enjoy the creativity of emerging media artists, as well as established and critically acclaimed filmmakers who are African Descent/Black, Asian Pacific Islander (API), Chicana/Latina, Native American/Indigenous, Southwest Asian, North African/Arab, Middle Eastern, Muslim, South Asian (SWANA/AMEMSA), and mixed-race lesbian, bisexual, queer women of color, and genderqueer, gender nonconforming and transgender people of color.

Enjoy free refreshments provided by local restaurants and businesses.  Peruse our silent auction  Dig in deep with our filmmaker panel.  Learn about the work of our Community Partners  organizations, which make financial contributions that pay for our venue.

Our Film Festival remains free thanks to grants, partners and donors like you. For those who can afford it, we request a donation of $10 per screening.


Jessica Morris
Glauco Ferreira




We offer our free Filmmaker Training Program and our Queer Women of Color Film Festival as part of our commitment to economic justice, equity and access.  Your contributions keep our free programs going!


Please join our QWOCMAP Community of Donors and donate generously!